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Carmarthen Bay Film Festival 2013

      Carmarthen Bay Film Festival

 is all about encouraging and supporting independent film
 and cinema here in Wales the UK and Internationally.
 The festival is and will always be, a champion of independent  film!

Our is motto ‘This festival is honest’

In April 2012 Carmarthen Bay Film Festival was founded by Kelvin Guy.
The festival was held for the first time in Llanelli,Carmarthenshire,the home town of Wales' very first Hollywood film Gareth Hughes. The festival is very much the champion of the independent film maker and cinema in the UK! Carmarthen Bay Film Festival was one of the first festivals to sign up to UFFO code of conduct. Which basically means it's an open and ethical one! The festival also has a committee/board AND an independent panel of judges which is overseen by Kelvin as it's CEO

  Festival Board/Committee

  Kelvin Guy Festival Founder and CEO.
  Wynford Ellis Owen Festival President.
  Tyrone D Murphy Executive Director.
  Iwan Rees Festival Director.
  Robert Lloyd Press Officer.
                   

 Judges confirmed for 2013

  Wynford Ellis Owen
  Tyrone D Murphy
  Iwan Rees
  Gary Slaymaker
  Jon Tregenna
  Catherine Tregenna
 
Submissions & Categories Cyflwyniadau & Categoriau

Entry Criteria
Productions must be independently produced, with the maker retaining complete editorial control and copyright. Productions must have been completed after January 1, 2010
Festival Categories

Feature (OVER 60 MINS)
Documentary Feature (OVER 60 MINS)
Sci-Fi / Horror Feature(OVER 60 MINS)
Foreign Language Feature(OVER 60 MINS)
Welsh language Feature (OVER 60 MINS)
Welsh Language Short Film
Foreign Language Short
Short Documentary
Short Film
Animated Short
Experimental Short
Horror / Sci-Fi Short
Music Video

Formats accepted for film

DVD region 1 and 2 ntsc/pal
Three copies of your film are required

Submission Fees
Early Bird £10(until December 2012)
General Submission £20.00
Student £10.00

 This is what one of the many film makers that attend our first festival had to say!

"I was utterly thrilled to be involved with Carmarthen Bay's first ever film festival. It was obvious from the whole set-up that the organisers had worked hard to bring not only experienced and new filmmakers together, but also the whole community. I believe that this festival has been a breath of fresh air for We

st Wales and a great opportunity for Welsh filmmakers to stand on the same platform as the rest of the UK's talent in showcasing their work. I sincerely hope that this festival will grow and grow to highlight national as well as international talent right on our doorstep here in Wales. Thank you so much for your support with both my short films!"
Llinos Griffin

 

One week to go until Cornwall Film Festival 2012!

    The 2012 Cornwall Film Festival kicks off on Thursday 8th November and runs throughout the weekend until 11pm on Sunday 11th at Lighthouse Cinema, Newquay. There are more feature films in this year's programme than ever before as well as wonderful short films from our very talented Cornish filmmakers and a wide selection of international films. There are a number...

Sitges 2012

  Sitges International Fantastic Film Fest, 2012  

Sitges 2012

 Sitges International Fantastic Film Fest, 2012   The lovely Sitges at sunset. 

Sitges 2012

 Sitges International Fantastic Film Fest, 2012  

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Sitges 2012

The Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia; October 4-14, 2012.   Arguably the world’s most renown international horror/fantasy film festival takes place each year on the Balearic Sea riviera in Sitges, Spain at the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia. The festival opened yesterday for its 45th edition with the Spanish murder mystery thriller ‘El Cuerpo’ ('The Body', 2012) by director Oriol Paulo starring José Coronado, B...

Sitges 2012

The Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia; October 4-14, 2012.   Arguably the world’s most renown international horror/fantasy film festival takes place each year on the Balearic Sea Riviera in Sitges, Spain at the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia. The festival opened yesterday for its 45th edition with the Spanish murder mystery thriller film ‘El Cuerpo’ ('The Body', 2012) by director Oriol Paulo starring José Corona...

Frequency Film Festival - Submit your film today!

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Frequency Film Festival will be a monthly film festival, starting in 2013, and based in San Diego, CA, USA.  There are no entry fees or deadlines.   Frequency Film Festival will present over 30 screenings, in twelve days, each month. Documentary, Foreign, Horror, Action, Drama, Western, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Silent, Musical, Experimental, LGBT, Animation, Crime, Romance, and Family. The mission of the Frequency Film Festival is to promote unique and exciting films and to screen ...

The 59th Sydney Film Festival wrapped with a 10% growth and 122 000 admissions

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The 59th Sydney Film Festival wrapped on Sunday 17 June 2012 with the Australian Premiere of the US sci-fi comedy, Safety Not Guaranteed, bringing to a close the most highly attended Sydney Film Festival to date. “This year, attendances at films and talks grew by 10% to 122,000,’  said SFF CEO, Leigh Small. “There was also a 27% growth in Flexipass sales, indicating individuals are attending more films during the Festival. We were elated by the positive festival buzz in the city...

Phenom Film Fest

The Phenom Film Fest is being held in the Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana area. No stranger to filmmaking, the region has experienced a major boom in recent years, with numerous studios calling the region home. Since Louisiana offers one of the top tax incentive programs for filmmaking nationwide, it's no wonder it's been referred to as "Hollywood South."

While major film studios have used the locale to serve as the backdrop for numerous cities and countries worldwide, the Phenom Film Fest serves to draw interest, support and attention to independent filmmaking locally and internationally. The festival will show roughly 40-60 features and shorts while showcasing fun, interactive and innovative talk panels.

Iron Sky grabs 2 awrds at Brussels Film Festival

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Finnish-German-Australia science fiction action spoof Iron Sky was awarded at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival with Silver Méliès award, and with the Audience Award. Silver Méliès award is a highly appreciated Europen genre film award, and the winners of the award end up competing each other for the Golden Méliès award, later this year in October in Sitges Film Festival. Director Timo Vuorensola was surprised of the reactions of the crowd at Brussels: “I didn't kn...

SPOTLIGHT ON THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL - AUGUST 3-5, 2012

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WITHOUTABOX SPOTLIGHT ON THE FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL In the Spotlight this week is the 5TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL, a California showcase for films promoting positive and affirming themes and celebrating indie cinema. FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL Hollywood's Beautiful Laemmle Noho 7 Theater August 3 to 5, 2012 Leave a Film Festival Feeling Good! Website:  www.fgff.org Submit Feel-Good Films and Screenplays: https://www.withoutabox.com/login/6743...

Fancine opens call for entries for its 22nd edition

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FANCINE – Fantastic Film Festival of the University of Málaga opens call for entries for its 22nd edition, which will be celebrated between 22nd and 29th of November 2012. The sections in competition are: feature films, fiction short film, animation short films and online shorts. The deadline for submission is 16th of July for feature films and 5th of July for short films and online shorts. The movies submitted must have been produced after 1st of January 2011 and not have been...

Call of entries

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FANCINE 22 FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MÁLAGA From 22 nd – 29th NOVEMBER 2012         REGULATIONS     1.- GOALS FANCINE – FESTIVAL DE CINE FANTÁSTICO Fantastic Film Festival of the UNIVERSITY OF MÁLAGA has as its goal the presentation of a selection of the best world film production of feature as well as short films of Fantastic genre under all its variants (Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror). Therefo...

5TH ANNUAL FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL - August 3-5, 2012

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THE INTERNATIONAL FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL  Hollywood's beautiful new Laemmle Noho 7 Theater; Hollywood, CA - USA August 3-5, 2012 - WWW.FGFF.ORG The 5th Annual FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL showcases live-action, animated, short, student, and feature-length films or screenplays with positive themes.  April 15th is the regular submission deadline so submit now: www.fgff.org  or https://www.withoutabox.com/03film/03t_fin/03t_fin_fest_01over.php?festview=1&festival_id=6743 Since ...

Hell Fantasporto Award Winner trailer

FANTASPORTO 2012 AWARDS   32nd FANTASPORTO, 24 February to March 3, 2012. FANTASPORTO 2012 AWARDS FANTASY SECTION Best Film Award Fantasporto Hell - Tim Fehlbaum (Ger) Jury’s Special Award Bellflower - Evan Godell (USA) Best Direction Susan Jackobson - The Holding (UK) Best Actor Alexis Diaz de Villegas - Juan de los Muertos (Spa/Cuba) Best Actress Hannah Herzsprung – Hell (Ger) Best Screenp ...

LOOKING BACK, Cinema's greatest moments... BLADERUNNER (1985)

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Bladerunner at Fantasporto, 2012 What better film to be honored at a 'Fantastic' film festival than the classic Sci-Fi film Bladerunner (1982)! At the 32nd International Film Festival of Porto (Fantasporto), which took place February 20 to March 3, 2012, the film was screened as an homage to cinemas of the future. Directed by Ridley Scott, the canonical film was based on the novel by Sci-Fi writer Philip K. Dick called: "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" about...

Bladerunner at Fantasporto, 2012

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Bladerunner at Fantasporto, 2012 What better film to be honored at a 'Fantastic' film festival than the classic Sci-Fi film Bladerunner (1982)! At the 32nd International Film Festival of Porto (Fantasporto) the film was screened as an homage to cinemas of the future. Directed by Ridley Scott, the canonical film was based on the novel by Sci-Fi writer Philip K. Dick called: "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" about a time in the future where androids (who look like h...

FANTASPORTO 2012 AWARDS

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  32nd FANTASPORTO, 24 February to March 3, 2012. FANTASPORTO 2012 AWARDS FANTASY SECTION Best Film Award Fantasporto Hell - Tim Fehlbaum (Ger) Jury’s Special Award Bellflower - Evan Godell (USA) Best Direction Susan Jackobson - The Holding (UK) Best Actor Alexis Diaz de Villegas - Juan de los Muertos (Spa/Cuba) Best Actress Hannah Herzsprung – Hell (Ger) Best Screenplay Alejandro Bruguès - Juan de los Muertos (Spa/Cub...

The Fantasporto 2012 Awards "Hell" (meaning contrary of dark in german)

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32nd OPORTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL FANTASPORTO 2012 The 32nd edition of the Oporto International Film Festival - Fantasporto has just revealed its awards in a celebration that promoted the best films but also celebrated the Future in a Special Programme that included 17 lectures by specialists, a unique hologram exhibition, the publication of a new Science-fiction short story book and lots of sci-fi films, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the film "Blade Runner". ...

The Fantasporto 2012 Awards "Hell"

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32nd OPORTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL FANTASPORTO 2012The 32nd edition of the Oporto International Film Festival - Fantasporto has just revealed its awards in a celebration that promoted the best films but also celebrated the Future in a Special Programme that included 17 lectures by specialists, a unique hologram exhibition, the publication of a new Science-fiction short story book and lots of sci-fi films, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the film "Blade Runner". A great festival i...

Kornél Mundruczó President of the Jury for Competition Programme – Feature Film

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Sarajevo Film Festival has the pleasure of announcing that this year's President of the Jury for Competition Programme – Feature Film will be Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó. Mundruczó was born in 1975. He is one of Hungary's young, progressive directors, described by film critics as initiators of the New Wave in Hungarian, as well as in European film.  Mundruczó is rightly considered one of the most renowned European film authors, having made four feature-length and five...

Beijo de Morena (Brunette Kiss)

Director: Edilberto Restino.
What if you could change the History with a single shot? In this sci-fi alternative reality WW2, a German soldier tells to his grandson how he killed Hitler. Through his eyes we recover the hidden reality of History. But had things happened the way he remembers it or perhaps the fabric of memory is mixed with the fabric of time itself? Brunette Kiss is Best Director Award winner at Rob Know film festival,Best Visual Award at Limelight Film Awards, London 2010 and Grand Prix award winner, Best Art Design and Best Performance in a film winner at EOTP International Film Festival 2011. A Brunette Kiss is the second chapter of Edilberto Restino's series. The first chapter, Red Letter, won 9 international film festivals.
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